Now that The New York Times pay wall is live, you only get 10 free clicks a month. For those worried about hitting their limit, we're taking a look through the paper each morning to find the stories that can make your clicks count.
Top Stories: States are taking money from a national mortgage settlement (meant to give relief to struggling homeowners) and using it to plug budget holes elsewhere. France's new first lady is a twice-divorced mother who lives with, but isn't married to the new president.
World: Afghan soldiers trained by U.S. soldiers and fighting alongside them have turned into the Americans' biggest enemy. Sweden has has its own high-profile murder trial that has some parallels to the ongoing Anders Breivik trial in Norway. Average Mexicans try to distract themselves from the unspeakable drug violence that surrounds them.
Business: A Russian businessman made a big bet on Facebook in 2009, that could soon net $6 billion after the IPO. A hedge fund run out of a different division of JPMorgan was buying the other side of the risky trades that cost their "London Whale" $2 billion.
Opinion: "Europe would be in much better shape if the euro didn’t exist," and breaking it up might be difficult, but better than keeping it together. Why third parties are doomed to fail in American politics.